As part of our commitment to provide HIRI members with some of the best research, we have partnered with Trend Hunter, a leader in trend spotting, to help identified what are some of the trends that play a role in the home, housing, and home improvement. As part of this partnership, we will be releasing a series of reports focusing on these trends. Along with the information itself within the report, each one gives an opportunity to dig deeper into the various topics to related writings and articles supporting these trends.
While frequently looking at Contractor purchasing, much emphasis is given to what purchases are made. This report takes a step back and examines how Pros are making the decisions on which products to buy.
The Home Improvement Research Institute (HIRI) commissioned Decision Analyst to conduct the 2021 installment of the organization’s survey which explores the impact of e‑business on the home improvement industry.
In this webinar, Arlene Kish of IHS Markit will discuss the Canadian economy and its impact on the home improvement market. Additionally, Scott Hazelton of IHS Markit will provide an update to the Canadian Size of the Home Improvement Products Market current estimate and forecasts.
The home improvement industry’s only product focused size of market study.
The Economic & Industry Update covers general economic data, housing market data, and home improvement market data.
This report is a joint effort with the NPD Group giving insight into home improvement e‑commerce activity by tracking receipt data submitted through its ReceiptPal panel.
Product category infographics provided to HIRI members through a special partnership with TraQline (The Stevenson Company).
This report outlines the product purchases of professional contractors over 11 product categories.
Similar to the HIRI US Reference Guide, this report contains an overview of statistics relevant to the Canadian home improvement market.
Each quarter since 2012, the Home Improvement Research Institute (HIRI) has surveyed approximately 3,000 homeowners for its Home Improvement Project Intent Tracking Survey. The survey asks homeowners which of 32 different home improvement project areas (if any) they are planning in the next three months.